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( james ) this morning on the kron 4 morning news... a bay area mother is demanding answers after her daughter was attacked at school... and it was all caught on camera. you'll see happened. (robin) and.. we are learning more about a standoff and deadly police shooting that shutdown an east bay freeway. what police say happened. (james) and.. two a-c transit buses crash in san francisco. injuring 4. what led to the accidents. the kron 4 morning news starts right now. (james)(robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast.
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(james)looks like we've got one more warm day inland, before temperatures start cooling down for everyone. morning temperatures are in the 50s and 60s bay area-wide. the return of the sea breeze has also brought the return of coastal fog. that ocean wind will help cool down the coast and bay today. then, as it strengthens, the inland valleys will see its temperatures drop tomorrow. as for this afternoon, temperatures will reach the low to mid 90s again for the interior valleys. the coast
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will enjoy mild 70s, while the bay shoreline will warm to the mid 80s. temps will continue to fall as we head into the weekend. in fact, some areas will see a 10 to 15 degree cooldown compared to today. sunrise in san francisco is at 7:03 am. sunset is at 6:57 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less
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than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( james ) also happening now... a 3-year-old boy is in critical condition after a hit-and-run accident in richmond. here is a picture of the boy. this happened on macdonald avenue yesterday morning. police say the boy was with his mother when he darted out in the street and was hit by a car. that car then took off. here is a picture of the car. it is described as a red smart car with a black top and damage to the front end. this morning the child is listed in critical but stable condition.
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( james ) our top story this morning... a kron 4 exclusive... a bay area mother is demanding answers after her daughter was attacked at school. it happened at dallas ranch middle school in antioch and the attack was all caught on camera. kron 4's hermela aregawi has the details. a brutal attack in a seventh grade classroom.one student snatches another by the hair.. as students record on their cellphones.ana maria oceanu/attack victimlike it felt unbelievable and all my friends that were in my class. i wasn't expecting it. i thought that one of my friends would break it up. but people were laughing in the background people were recording.costina oceanu/attack victim's mother my heart was broke. and i start crying. i say this is not acceptable. i was taking her straight to the emergency first i call the police. we send our kids to school to learn not to be like that. costina oceanu says school officials knew about the video and didn't tell her about it. she says she is now worried about her daughter's safety. costina oceanu/attack victim's mother sometimes she's walking
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from school home. what happens if her the girl and another girls they are getting together to attack her in the streets. who is goingo protect her.we spoke with other parents who say school should be doing more. whitney gonzales/concerned parentfirst of all im mortified that people can act like that but i'm so upset with the school. because they have created an atmosphere where this could happen. they say there are all these things are going to happen if you break this rule, break this rule, but they are not doing anything. ( james ) that was hermela aregawi reporting this morning. kron 4 has reached out to the school for comment... they have not yet responded. (robin) happening now... police are looking for a gunman who shot and injured a man in the east bay. it
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happened on the 41-hundred block of lone tree way in antioch around 4:00 yesterday afternoon. when police arrived they found the victim with 2 gunshot wounds. he was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition this morning. police have not released any information on the shooter. ( james ) this morning we are learning more about a standoff and deadly police shooting that shutdown i-80 in emeryville. we first broke this story yesterday on the kron 4 morning news. the shootout happened right at the macarthur maze near powell street. the man killed by police was wanted for a december 2015 homicide in the city of fairfield. yesterday morning richmond officers tried to pull the man over. he led police on a chase which ended in emeryville. that's where police surrounded the car and engaged in a standoff with the man. police attempted to negotiate but eventually the man got out of his car and started shooting. that is when officers opened fire. police have not released his name or said what homicide he was wanted for. ( james ) firefighters are working to figure out how a
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series of fires started at a san francisaco park. four seperate fires broke out at mclaren park park yesterday afternoon. you could see the thick cloud of smoke rising out of the park. each fire burned about one acre and were only a quarter mile apart. nobody was hurt. firefighters have not said exactly how the fires started but they are being called suspicious. (robin) four people are recovering this morning after two a-c transit buses crashed in san francisco. it happened yesterday morning on fremont street... between harrison and howard streets. an a-c transit spokesperson says a bus lost control and hit two cars and another bus. two bus operators and two passengers were taken to the hospital. their conditions are unknown this morning. a-c transit is investigating whether it was human error or a mechanical problem that caused the accident. (robin) a warning for parents in san mateo this morning... after police say a man tried abducting a teenage girl while she walking to school. the 14 year old told officers she was walking
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in the area of peninsula avenue near the railroad tracks around 10-30 yesterday morning that's when she says a middle eastern man driving a white utility van honked at her. the teen said he then got out of the car--- walked up to her and grabbed her by the shoulder. police say the girl kicked the man and ran home. police say they are also investigating a similar incident involving a 16- year-old last thursday. they have not said if the cases are connected. (robin) in the south bay... police in san jose arrested a registered sex offender after they say he exposed himself to a 12- year-old girl.... thevictim was walking on hedding street on september 20th when officers say nakia kaliwho was inside his car....exposed himself. police say the girl described the 42-year old suspectand a records check revealed he's a registered sex offender. ( james ) a former teacher at east palo alto charter school has been convicted of committing lewd acts on a child. the victim was a
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15-year-old student at the school. danielle matko was convicted on 4 different charges. police say the incidents happened back in 2015. the jury is still deliberating on two additional charges. ( james ) a former basketball player at san jose state university is suing two former coaches and the university... accusing them as racial and religious discrimination as well as sexual harassment. the lawsuit was filed by gary williams who played for san jose state from 2015 until earlier this year. he claims that the former head coach gave him less playing time because of his race and ridiculed black players. williams also claims that the coach would call players sexually derogatory terms. the university did not comment on the lawsuit. (james) coming up.. hot temperatures continue to linger in the bay. where you can go to cool off.(robin) and... american icon hugh hefner has passed. a look back at his life.(james) and your weather after
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(james)(robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. (james)looks like we've got one more warm day inland, before temperatures start cooling down for everyone. morning temperatures are in the 50s and 60s bay area-wide. the return of the sea breeze has also brought the return of
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coastal fog. that ocean wind will help cool down the coast and bay today. then, as it strengthens, the inland valleys will see its temperatures drop tomorrow. as for this afternoon, temperatures will reach the low to mid 90s again for the interior valleys. the coast will enjoy mild 70s, while the bay shoreline will warm to the mid 80s. temps will continue to fall as we head into the weekend. in fact, some areas will see a 10 to 15 degree cooldown compared to today.
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sunrise in san francisco is at 7:03 am. sunset is at 6:57 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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( james ) happening today... several cooling centers will open up in san francisco to help people beat the heat. many libraries around the city will have cooling centers including the main public library on larkin street. the china town branch, the mission bay library, the north
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beach library, and the potrero branch on 20th street will also offer a place for people to cool down. in addition several community centers will also be keeping their doors open through the evening to help keep people cool. the cooling centers will also be open from nine a-m to five p-m. among them the o-m-i wellness center on ocean avenue and the george w. davis senior center on carroll avenue. at least three people died from heat-related illnesses in san francisco during the last heat wave over labor day weekend. ( james ) one person is dead and another is injured after a rock fall at yosemite. it happened just before 2:00 yesterday afternoon. crews are searching to determine whether there are any more victims. el capitan is one of the most popular climing spots in the country. and one of the most iconic sites in yosemite. the person injured has been taken to the hospital. no identities have been released.
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(robin) a new scam is targeting both netflix and i-tunes users into giving up your banking information through a fake login. a fake email that appears to be official will pop up in your inbox. it claims there is a problem with your account. your username and password are then saved into the scammer's database.. and they can access your payment information by logging in as you. the itunes email reportedly comes from a support address. while the netflix email comes from an order confirmation address. (robin) another big story we are followin this morning.. calfironia moved its presidential primary three months earlier than it was during the 20-16 election. governor jerry brown signed legislation yesterday to move up the primary from june to march in 20-20. supporters of the change want to give the state more influence in choosing the republican and democratic nominees. california awards the most delegates in the nominating contests. the primary is happening on the first tuesday in march. that means it
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likely falls on "super tuesday," when multiple states hold ( james ) a bar in missouri is getting criticism for a doormat that some are calling racist. take a look... the makeshift doormat shows a marshawn "lynch" jersey next to a colin "kaepernick" jersey. the bar's owner, who served in the military says the make-shift door mat started as a stance against players taking a knee during the national anthem. he claims it is not a race thing.
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running back marshawn lynch has sat down during the national anthem before every game this season. < i have celebrated the romantic connection between the sexes, that's part of what playboy is all about.>( james ) playboy founder and sexual revolution symbol hugh hefner has died at the age of 91. playboy magazine says he passed away at his home of natural causes. surrounded by family.(robin) he built a brand that defined the sexual culture of the second half of the 20th century. stephanie elam has a look back at the life and legacy of hugh hefner.
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(james) coming up... a student tragically paralayzed in the north bay. his optimistic outlook on his future.(robin) a look at your entertianment headlines after the break on the hollywood minute. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the golden gate bridge. the hollywood minute is coming up after the break.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. (robin) i'm tracking your entertainment headlines today... movies, music and more -- here's david daniel with the hollywood minute. (singing) "you're the best thing about me..."u-2 takes a bite of the big apple! the irish band's new music video, "you're the best thing about me," shows the quartet sightseeing around new york and greeting fans, along with footage of life in the city. "sara, you've aged out of foster care, and the state law is that you have to leave the group home tomorrow."ashley judd's new movie is set to premiere in an untraditional, but appropriate venue: the united nations. "trafficked," based on real human
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trafficking stories, centers on girls from the u-s, nigeria, and india who end up as sex slaves in texas. the u-n office on drugs and crime will host the premiere october fifth, followed by a limited release october sixth and a wider release a week later."as soon as you tell me i can't do something, i'm gonna do it." generations of young readers grew up on judy blume books, and now she's spilling her secrets! blume is set to give her first online writing seminar, through master-class, teaching how to develop strong characters and hook readers. she certainly knows how to do that: "tales of a fourth grade nothing," "are you there, god? it's me, margaret" and other blume books have sold 85 million copies. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza.
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[ engines revving ] when you drop a 603-horsepower v8 biturbo engine into one of mercedes-benz's finest luxury sedans, what do you get? [ engine stalls ] you get out of the way. 0-to-60 in 3.3 seconds. the mercedes-amg e63 s sedan. (james)(robin) welcome back.
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checking in on your morning forecast. (james)looks like we've got one more warm day inland, before temperatures start cooling down for everyone. morning temperatures are in the 50s and 60s bay area-wide. the return of the sea breeze has also brought the return of
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coastal fog. that ocean wind will help cool down the coast and bay today. then, as it strengthens, the inland valleys will see its temperatures drop tomorrow. as for this afternoon, temperatures will reach the low to mid 90s again for the interior valleys. the coast will enjoy mild 70s, while the
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bay shoreline will warm to the mid 80s. temps will continue to fall as we no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. golden gate bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. ( james ) in the north bay... a
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high school football star was paralyzed in a diving accident in bodega bay. but the 17- year-old is optimistic he will recover. just days after injuring his spine, carson pforsich is starting to regain sensation to his arms. the accident happened on sunday when he went swimming with a friend and dove into water that was shallower then he realized. he was airlifted to santa rosa memorial hospital within the hour. pforich says he knows he will be o.k.
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been set up for carson. you can find the link on kron 4 dot com. (robin) the two men charged with 36 - counts of involuntary manslaughter for deaths in the oakland ghost ship warehouse fire have pleaded not guilty in court. in response a preliminary hearing is set to begin on november 13th for 47-year old derick almena and 27-year-old max harris. the hearing will determine if there is enough evidence for the former tenants to stand trial. prosecutors say the duo's reckless actions led to the december fire that killed 36 people. a judge denied a motion by harris to have the charges against him dismissed on the grounds that they are not specific enough. both men could face 39- years in state prison if convicted. (robin) in the east bay... a jewelry case is targeted by robbers at costco in hayward. it happened just after 10-am yesterday on hesperian boulevard.
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police say three men used a tool to break into the jewelry case and stole several items. no weapons were used. but officers say the robbers were violent. a security guard got into a physical confrontation trying to stop them from getting away. the three male robbers were last seen driving in a grey, four- door toyota corolla. ( james ) in santa clara.... the ten p-m weekday concert curfew at levis stadium is under new scrutiny. this in response to critics who claim the curfew is making it hard to book concerts in the area. at least one concert was cancelled because of it. the 49ers, which own the stadium say the ten p.m. curfew is costing them and the city of santa clara a lot of money. which might be used to fund city services. back in may the popular band u-2 blew past the ten p-m deadline, irritating nearby residents who were promised noise would be controlled and concerts would end early on weeknights.
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certain crowds certain kind of bands get real loud. let them go with the music i got on problem with it. let the music run from 8 pm to 8 am whatever you know doesn't bother me. ">( james ) hoping to avoid the backlash that resulted when u-2 failed to follow the curfew the city also denied an exemption for the october 4th concert by cold play. now an online survey is in the works that will poll those residents nearest the stadium about noise, traffic, parking and the curfew. ( james ) a jogger is dead after getting struck on highway 24 in lafayette. it happned yesterday morning in the eastbound direction right near the pleasant hill road on-ramp just after 11 a.m . the driver that stuck the woman pulled over and is cooperating with investigators. that victim's name has not been released. three lanes were shutdown for the investigation. (robin) one person was arrested after being accused of pointing a laser at a c-h-p helicopter. it happened
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when c-h-p was helping police search for a violent felony suspect last wednesday. that is when someone started pointing a laser at the helicopter. it caused the c-h-p crew to stop searching for the felony suspect. officers later arrested one person. if convicted they could face steep fines or imprisonment. c-h-p says lasers pointers are extremely dangerous to the aircrew and can cause blindness. (robin) one man is dead and two officers injured after a shooting in sacramento. police just released the video of the incident. it happened on september seventh while police stopped a man in connection with a double homicide. we want to warn you. some viewers may find the video disturbing.(robin) we paused the video just before the officers opened fire. in the video you can see eric arnold get out of the car and fired the first shot.
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both officers hit in the shooting have since been released from the hospital. arnold was wanted in the deaths of two woman found dead in a home earlier this month. the department is still investigating and plans on releasing more video of the shooting. ( james ) president trump has unveiled a new tax reform plan which calls for sweeping tax cuts and a dramatic simplification of the current tax code the plan will reduce the number of personal income tax brackets from seven to three. it will also doubles the standard of deduction for married and single filers and slashes the tax rate for business down from 35 percent to twenty percent. but the proposal includes very few specific numbers. the president says it's up to congressional tax writers to work them out during the legislation drafting process.
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the next edition of people behaving badly>(james) and... and... a passenger dragged off the flight in baltimore. the reason why. (james) and here's a live look outside... at the embarcadero. ( james ) police are
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cracking down on a dangerous intersection in the east bay. (robin) stanely robert's shows us on this edition of people behaving badly. the reason why im stopping you is because when you stopped at the red light back there you stopped with your truck on the railroad tracks the was an all too common conversion with
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drivers in the city of richmond at one of the most dangerous rail crossing in the san francisco bay area so you understand the reason for the stop right you cannot beat the arms, when the lights are flashing you have to stay at that limit line when the arms are coming down you cannot say let me rush throughwe actually had 5 months ago a truck just like your's chopped in half by a train in that very intersection (please sir don't give me a ticket)big rigs are not permitted on cutting blvd but that doesn't stop them from driving through the area and it also doesn't stop richmond police from stopping them many drivers simply did the unthinkable by stopping on the tracks, there where freight trains and amtrack rolling through at speeds close to 80 miles per hour but its not always drivers behaving badly around rail crossings this very long train has to pass apparently, when it made a
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brief stop something happened that i completely missed but let's take a break from all this ticket writing and have a little moment of levity stanley roberts why you out here behaving badly, we ran a red light everything just to get you behaving badly stanley we love you can we get your autograph oh, where were we? on the other side of the train a pedestrian is getting a ticket let's find out why i was trying to get to work bruh, i was trying not to be late so (tell me how you did it because i never done that before) so when the train stops like it just did you know you find in between the tracks where the little ladder is you can jump over it if you know how to jump fences and i did it like that so basically he crossed between the stopped train and received a ticket for that i'll be waiting for something in the mail this crackdown was part of the u.s. rail safety week put ojn by amtrack, union pacific and operation lifesaver.oh, and by the way, his rush to catch a bus was in vein. last time i checked he was still waiting for that bus that must be one great jobnats: ambiance the funny part of the whole crackdown was what this lady was doing while waiting for the train to pass, she was trying to read her phone and watch for the cops at the same time you still have you foor on the brake right (yes) is the engine on? so you're still in control of the vehicle right now (yes) are you suppose to be on your cell phone you can't even use it at a stop light in richmond stanley roberts kron 4 news (robin) live look outside... at the san outside... at live look (robin) news roberts kron 4 stanley in richmond stanley roberts kron 4 news (robin) live look outside... at
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the san francisco international airport.
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(james)(robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. (james)looks like we've got one more warm day inland, before temperatures start cooling down for everyone. morning temperatures
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are in the 50s and 60s bay area-wide. thereturn of the sea breeze has also brought the return of coastal fog. that ocean wind will help cool down the coast and bay today. then, as it strengthens, the inland valleys will see its temperatures drop tomorrow. as for this afternoon, temperatures will reach the low to mid 90s again for the interior valleys. the coast
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will enjoy mild 70s, while the bay shoreline will warm to the mid 80s. temps will continue to fall as we head into the weekend. in fact, some areas will see a 10 to 15 degree cooldown compared to today. sunrise in san francisco is at 7:03 am. sunset is at 6:57 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101.
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( james ) people are returning home after a large wildfire forced evacuations in southern california. firefighters gained some control of the fire which burned a home and threatened nearly two- thousand others
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near corona. evacuation orders for six- hundred homes in the area have been lifted. the canyon fire started on monday. it has burned two- thousand acres. it is 20- percent contained. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. ( james ) police are investigating an attack on an san joaquin county boy that was caught on video and posted all over social media. take a look at this video. officers say three teenage boys stole the eight-year-old boys bike and forced him inside a stockton home. that's where the boy was beat up. the whole thing recorded on cell phone video. the victim's parents actually discovered the attack via social media a couple days later. the teens have since returned the bike. however the victim's parents say that's not enough.
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move the boy out of the city of stockton for his own saty. (robin) a passenger on a southwest flight set to leave from baltimore was dragged off the flight. the plane was headed for los angeles. the woman dragged off by police had complained that she had life-threatening allergies to dogs and there were two of them nearby. one was a passenger's support dog. when she was told the dogs wouldn't be removed she reportedly asked for an injection for her symptoms. but she was told no again. southwest says she didn't have the required medical certificate. police then moved in and other passengers started recording. (robin) you can hear passengers
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begin to turn on the officers... southwest airlines has apologized saying they're "disheartened" by how this played out. but still insisting the woman needed a medical certificate. ( james ) a lot of consumers have no idea that when they apply for credit card or open a bank account, they also forfeit their right to sue the company. (robin) but a new rule allows people to override that and fight back. however the rule is not yet permanent. jason newton looks at how some lawmakers want to level the playing field. ááátake pkgááásenate democrats announced wednesday their plans to make it easier for customers to collectively sue large companies like equifax and wells fargo.sen. al franken/ d-mn00:23:06 "they allow corporate america to take advantage of a shadow justice system. this is in secret. there's no process here." 11 secsthe consumer financial protection bureau bans companies from ung
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mandatory arbitration that forces consumers to settle all cases individually, áoutsideá of courtbut in the wake of recent security breaches, lawmakers say it's time for action..leahy00:16:03 "the average person, the consumer gets hurt. the ceo gets millions of dollars in salaries every year." 9 secs senate democrats vowed to keep that ban in place.. sotreed "millions of americans have been abused by these companies and their rights will not be realized in forced arbitration." 9 secsin washington, i'm jason newton. ( james ) now to baseball.. one of san francisco's most popular player has decided to call it a career. main cain will pitch his final game as a giant saturday. (robin) before yesterday's game in arizona cain told his teammates in a closed meeting that he'll retire at the end of this season. cain made
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his big-league debut with the giants in 2005. he pitched a perfect game in 2012.( james ) he was apart of of the giants' 3 world series appearances. he was also a 3-time all-star here was cain on his retirement "i started out in 2002 with the giants uniform on and knowing that's the exact same way i'm gonna be going out is with a giants uniform on. i've been able to be lucky enough to be in the same organization and it means so much to me and i can't picture myself putting different uniform on." ( james ) as for the giants on the field... cain encouraging his teammates. but the giants blow a 3-1 lead in the boom of the 9th when sam dyson walks david peralta to force in the winning run. a"walk of walk" for the d'backs final score 4-3 d'backs. it was the giants 97th loss of the year. they will lose 100 games if they go 0-for-3 against the padres starting
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friday. they only otheer season they've lost 100 games was back in 1985. (robin) as for the team from the town... the a's played in their final home game of the season. let's go to the bottom 9th with the score tied five to five. that's when mark cahna takes it all the way onto the stairs in left field. a walk -off home run! and of course after the game cahna knew it was coming the pie in the face then the water then the gatoraide final score 6-5 a's ( james ) and a reminder... san francisco's fleet week is right around the corner... and kron four's got you covered. our fleet week coverage begins next week... then on saturday, october 7th ... you can catch our special "blue angels live" show beginning at 2 p-m. stick with kron four - to catch all the action. (james) coming up... a
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three year old boy in critical condition after a hit-and-run accident in the east bay. the search for the driver of the car that hit the boy. (robin) and... we are learning more about the man involved in a standoff and deadly police shooting that shutdown i-80 in emeryville. details ahead.(james) also.. more noise complaints from those that live near levis. the debate about how to deal with it this morning. (james)coming up... the kron 4 morning news continues with
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the kron 4 morning news... a three-year-old boy injured in a hit-and run. we have more on who police are looking for. ( darya ) and parents are demanding answers after a girl is beat up in the middle of her classroom and it is all caught on camera. ( mark ) and the founder of playboy... hugh hefner has died. we will take a look back at his life and legacy. ( darya ) good morning i'm darya folsom..( mark ) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (james)looks like we've got one more warm day inland, before temperatures start cooling down for everyone. morning temperatures are in the 50s and 60s bay area-wide. the return of the sea breeze has also brought the return of coastal fog. that ocean wind will help cool down the coast
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and bay today. then, as it strengthens, the inland valleys will see its temperatures drop tomorrow. as for this afternoon, temperatures will reach the low to mid 90s again for the interior valleys. the coast will enjoy mild 70s, while the bay shoreline will warm to the mid 80s. temps will continue to fall as we head into the weekend. in fact, some areas will see a 10 to 15 degree cooldown compared to today. sunrise in san francisco is at 7:03 am. sunset is at 6:57 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts it for free for apple annload devices. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( darya ) our top story this morning. a three-year- old boy is in critical condition after a hit-and-run in richmond.( mark ) will tran is live in richmond this morning with more on the car police are looking for. will. happening now... a 3-year- old boy is in critical condition after a hit-and-run accident in richmond. this happened on macdonald avenue yesterday morning. police say the boy was with his mother when he darted out in the street and was hit by a car. that car then took off. that car is described
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as a red smart car with a black top and damage to the front end. this morning the child is listed in critical but stable condition. ( mark ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) happening now... police are looking for a gunman who shot and injured a man in the east bay. it happened on lone tree way in antioch yesterday afternoon.
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the victim had 2 gunshot wounds. he was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition this morning. police have not released any information on the shooter. ( darya ) now to a story you will see only on kron 4... a bay area mother is demanding answers after her daughter was attacked at school... and it was all caught on camera. take a look at the video. it happened on tuesday morning in a seventh grade classroom at dallas ranch middle school in antioch. you can see one student grab the girl by her hair... and then she starts beating her. the girl who was attacked says the other students didn't try to help break up the fight.. and instead they laughed while recording the video.
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it's not clear what led up to the altercation. the student who attacked the girl has not been disciplined and the school has not responded to the video. ( mark ) this morning we are learning more about the man involved in a standoff and deadly police shooting that shutdown i-80 in emeryville. we first broke this story yesterday on the kron 4 morning news. the shootout happened right at the macarthur maze near powell street. the man killed by police was wanted for a december 2015 homicide in the city of fairfield. yesterday morning richmond officers tried to pull the man over. he led police on a chase which ended in emeryville. that's where police surrounded the car in a standoff with the man. police say they attempted to negotiate but eventually the man got out of his car and started shooting. that is when officers opened fire. police have not released his name or said what homicide he was wanted for. ( darya ) firefighters are working to figure out how a series of fires started at a san francisco park. four seperate fires broke out at mclaren park park yesterday
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afternoon. a thick cloud of smoke could be seen rising out of the park. each fire burned about one acre and were only a quarter of a mile apart. nobody was hurt. firefighters have not said exactly how the fires started but they are being called suspicious. ( darya ) and this morning we are waiting for an update on the fire burning in the oakland hills. at last check the fire had burned 22 acres and was 80-percent contained. firefighters remain on scene to monitor any hot spots and to make sure the fire does not flare up. the fire broke out tuesday afternoon. fire crews are still interviewing witnesses to find out exactly how the fire started. but they say it ignited near a construction sight on skyview drive. ( mark ) happening today... two people arrested at a rally at u-c berkeley will demand that the charges against them be dropped. yvette felarca and eddy robinson were among the three people arrested on tuesday when they clashed with supporters of a conservative group that was rallying on campus. felarca and
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robinson will be speaking out at u-c berkeley later this morning to demand that the charges against them be dropped. ( mark ) four people are recovering this morning after two a-c transit buses crashed in san francisco. it happened yesterday morning on fremont street... between harrison and howard streets. an a-c transit spokesperson says a bus lost control and hit two cars and another bus. two b operators and two passengers were taken to the hospital. their conditions are unknown this morning. a-c transit is investigating whether it was human error or a mechanical problem that caused the accident. ( darya ) a former teacher at east palo alto charter school has been convicted of committing lewd acts on a child. the victim was a 15-year-old student at the school. danielle matko was convicted on four different charges. police say the incidents happened back in 2015. the jury is still deliberating on two additional charges. ( darya ) a former basketball player at san jose state university is suing two former coaches and the
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university. he's accusing them of racial and religious discrimination as well as sexual harassment. the lawsuit was filed by gary williams who played for san jose state from 2015 until earlier this year. he claims that the former head coach gave him less playing time because of his race and ridiculed black players. williams also claims that the coach would call players sexually derogatory terms. the university did not comment on the lawsuit. ( mark ) in santa clara.... the band coldplay has been denied an extension of the city's 10 p-m weeknight curfew. now critics claim the curfew is making it hard to book concerts in the area. at least one concert was cancelled because of it. the 49ers, which own the stadium say the ten p.m. curfew is costing them and the city osanta clara a lot of money which could be used to fund city services. now there is an online survey that will poll people who live near the stadium about noise, traffic, parking and the curfew. the coldplay
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concert is set for october 4th. ( mark ) one person is dead and another is injured after a rock fall on el capitan at yosemite. crews are searching to determine whether there are any more victims. the fatal rock slide appears to have started near the waterfall route, which is a popular climbing route on the east buttress of the famous, nearly 3,000-foot granite wall. el capitan is one of the most popular climbing spots in the country and one of the most iconic sites in yosemite. the person injured is recovering this morning in the hospital. ( darya ) a big name fast-food restaurant has been hit by a security breach and your information may be in jeopardy. sonic fast food says it looks like hackers gained access to millions of credit and debit card numbers. experts say hackers likely gained remote access to the machines where you swipe or insert your credit card. sonic has 35-hundred locations across the u-s, but it's not yet clear how many restaurants or customers may be impacted. there are three sonic's in the bay area.
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they are in hayward, american canyon and vacaville. ( mark ) still ahead on the kron four morning news... we take a look back at the life and career of playboy magazine founder hugh hefner. and later... a welcome mat featuring two bay area football players is stirring up controversy. why some say it is racist. and after the break... another hot day expected around the bay area. where you can go to keep cool as the temperatures heat up.( james ) and i will check your bay area forecast coming up( robin ) and i am tracking you commute after the break. . trusted battery for your son's favorite toy?t maybe not. maybe, you could trust he wouldn't leave the upstairs water running. (woman screams) or, you could just trust duracell. ♪
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(james)looks like we've got one more warm day inland, before temperatures start cooling down for everyone. morning temperatures are in the 50s and 60s bay area-wide. the return of the sea breeze has also brought the return of coastal fog. that ocean wind will help cool down the coast and bay today. then, as it strengthens, the inland valleys will see its temperatures drop tomorrow. as for this afternoon, temperatures will reach the low to mid 90s again for the interior valleys. the coast
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will enjoy mild 70s, while the bay shoreline will warm to the mid 80s. temps will continue to fall as we head into the weekend. in fact, some areas will see a 10 to 15 degree cooldown compared to today. sunrise in san francisco is at 7:03 am. sunset is at 6:57 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices. no major hot spots. san mateo bridge no major hot spots. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. bay bridge wb
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80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( mark ) happening today...
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several cooling centers will be open up in san francisco to help people beat the heat. many libraries around the city will having e coolcenters including the main public library on larkin street. the china to branch, the mission bay library... the north beach library... and the potrero branch on 20th street will also offer a place for people to cool down. in addition several community centers will be keeping their doors open through the evening to help keep people cool. we have the full list on kron4.com. ( mark ) a bar in missouri is getting criticism for a doormat that some are calling racist. take a look... the makeshift doormat shows a marshawn "lynch" jersey next to a colin "kaepernick" jersey. the jerseys are taped to the ground for people to wipe their feet on. the bar's owner... who served in the military... says the make-shift door mat started as a stance against players taking a knee during the national anthem. he says race has noting to do with it.
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commend them for what they're doing, as far as the right goes. i fought for that right, the same thing that gives them that right gives me the right to place these out here.">( mark ) former 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick was the first n-f-l player to take a knee during the national anthem last season. and raiders running back marshawn lynch has sat down during the national anthem before every game this season. ( darya ) california has moved up its presidential primary three months earlier so it can be more relevant in the primaries. governor jerry brown signed legislation yesterday to move up the primary from june to march in 20-20. supporters of the change say the state will now have more influence in choosing the republican and democratic nominees. california awards the most delegates in the nominating contests. ( darya ) president trump says he is not happy with the secretary of health an human services for costing tax payers hundreds of thousands of dollars. secretary tom price has made more than two
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dozen trips on private charter planes over the past few months. and they cost taxpayers more than 300- thousand dollars each trip. the president says he is not happy about the report. when he was asked if secretary price's job was at risk the president only said "we'll see." three cabinet members are now under investigation for their travel expenses. ( mark ) another big story we are following this morning... playboy founder hugh hefner has died at the age of 91. playboy magazine says he passed away at his home last night of natural causes.( darya ) stephanie elam has a look back at hefner's life and legacy. he was one of the original american playboys.....a magazine tycoon who helped spark a revolution -- one that challenged the nation's view on sexuality. hugh hefner:"i have celebrated the romantic connection between the sexes that's part of what playboy is all about." 19:47:11hugh m. hefner -- who liked to be called "hef" -- was born in chicago in 19-26 and raised in
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what he said was a strict household by conservative, protestant parents. "i felt there was something more to life then the world i saw around me."in 19-53, with just 8-thousand dollars, the aspiring publisher produced the very first issue of playboy magazine on the kitchen table of his chicago apartment. the cover featured a photo of marilyn monroe and sold more than 50-thousand copies when it hit newsstands in december of 19-53. hefner now had the funds to finance another issue -- and the playboy empire was born."well i've never really thought of playboy as a sex magazine. what i tried to do was create a lifestyle magazine for men." hefner divorced his wife, mildred williams, in 19-59 and, during the early days of the magazine's success, decided he would not only promote the fantasy he helped create, but he would live it as well. audiences got a taste of hefner's "good life" in an early 1960's television show called "playboy's penthouse." (nat music)"come on in and meet some of our guests." having already established himself in chicago, hefner made the move out west. in the early 1970's, when playboy magazine was selling seven- million copies a month, he made his permanent home at the now famous playboy mansion in los angeles. in 19-89, hefner uttered the two words many thought he'd never say again when he married "playmate of the year" kimberley conrad."i do."the couple had two children but separated in
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1998. hefner said he realized he was much happier as a bachelor. (people cheering at playboy party) --hef"i'm essentially a romantic so i think my life has always as revolved around women."hefner continued to live out the playboy fantasy even in his later years. often seen in his trademark silk pajamas, surrounded by busty, blonde, lingerie-clad women while hosting extravagant parties with celebrity guests. he even returned to television in 2005 -- this time sharing the small-screen with three live- in girlfriends in the reality show "the girls next door."in the late 2000's, he began an on-again off-again relationship with playmate crystal harris, sixty years his junior. they tied the knot on new years eve in 2012. hefner sold his beloved playboy mansion for a hundred million dollars in 2016 -- on the condition that he be allowed to live there for the rest of his life.playboy and provocateur, hugh hefner wanted to make the world a happier, sexier place: ( mark ) stillhead on the kron four morning news... online bullying is on the rise... see the new tool instagram is giving users to help stop the hateful comments. and next... a warning for netflix and i-tunes users. how scammers are trying to trick you into giving them your bank account information. ( mark ) and a reminder...
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san francisco's fleet week is right around the corner... and kron four's got you covered. our fleet week coverage begins next week... then on saturday, october 7th ... you can catch our special "blue angels live" show beginning at 2 p-m. stick with kron four - to catch all the action. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge.
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. no problems across the golden gate bridge on 101 ( mark ) a new ( mark ) ( mark ) a new warning
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this morning about a scam targeting both netflix and i- tunes users. the scam is meant to trick you into giving up your banking information through a fake login.( darya ) a fake email that appears to be official will pop up in your inbox. it claims there is a problem with your account and you need to pay money.( mark ) the email links you to a netflix or i- tunes page and when you log in your username and password are then saved into the scammer's database.. and they can access your payment information by logging in as you. if you get a similar email do not click on the link. instead go to the site directly to check your account. ( darya ) instagram is rolling out a new tool to help stop cyber bullying. the facebook-owned photo-sharing app has introduced a comment- control tool.( mark ) instagram users will now have
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a handful of filtering options for comments. comments can also be blocked from specific users.( darya ) a new poll released this week found the nearly 40 percent of u-s adults reported being harassed online. ( mark ) still ahead on the morning news... southwest airlines apologizing this morning. see what led up to a womabeing forcefully removed from a ane by police. and a bay area high school football player paralyzed in an accident. hear what he is saying about regaining the use of his legs. ( lydia ) a man tries to grab a teenage girl. i will have the details in a live report.( james ) your bay area forecast is next. (james) your bay area forecast is after the break.
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back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (james)looks like we've got one more warm day inland, before temperatures start cooling down for everyone. morning temperatures are in the 50s and 60s bay area-wide. the return of the sea breeze has also brought the return of coastal fog. that ocean wind will help cool down the coast and bay today. then, as it strengthens, the inland valleys will see its temperatures drop tomorrow. as for this afternoon, temperatures will reach the low to mid 90s again for the interior valleys. the coast will enjoy mild 70s, while the bay shoreline will warm to the
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mid 80s. temps will continue to fall as we head into the weekend. in fact, some areas will see no major hot spots. no delays on wb 580. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. overturn accident alvarado niles on ramp to sb 880 ( darya ) happening now... a warning for parents in san mateo after a man tries to abduct a girl for the second time in a week.( mark )
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kron 4's lydia pantazes is live in san mateo this morning with the details. lydia. ( lydia ) a warning for parents in san mateo this morning. police say a man tried abducting a teenage girl while she walking to school. the 14 year old told officers she was walking in the area of was walking in officers she old told the 14 year school.walking to while she walking to school. the 14 year old told officers she was walking in the area of peninsula avenue near the railroad tracks yesterday morng she says a man dring a white utility van honked at her. th teen said he then got out of the car--- walked up to her and grabbed her by the shoulder. the girl kicked the man and ran home. police say they are also investigating a similar incident involving a 16- year-old last thursday. they have not said if the cases are connected. ( mark ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( darya ) in the south bay... police in san jose arrested a registered sex offender after they say he exposed himself to a 12- year-old girl. the victim was walking on hedding street on september 20th when officers say nakia kaliwho was inside his car....exposed himself to the child. ( darya ) the two men charged for the deaths in the ghost ship warehouse fire in oakland have pleaded not guilty. a preliminary hearing is set to begin on november 13th for 47-year old derick almena and 27-year-old max harris. the hearing will determine if there is enough evidence for the two men to stand trial. prosecutors say the men's reckless actions led to the december fire that killed 36 people. both men could face 39 years in prison if convicted. ( mark ) in the east bay...
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police are looking for the thieves who targeted a jewelry case at a costco in hayward. it happened yesterday morning on hesperian boulevard. three men used a tool to break into the jewelry case and stole several items. no weapons were used. but officers say the robbers were violent. a security guard got into a physical confrontation trying to stop them from getting away. the three robbers got away in a grey, four- door toyota corolla. ( mark ) a jogger has died after getting struck on highway 24 in lafayette. it happened yesterday morning in the eastbound direction right near the pleasant hill road on-ramp. the driver who hit the woman pulled over and is cooperating with investigators. the victim's name has not been released. ( rya ) a high school football star is paralyzed in a diving accident in bodega bay. but the 17-year-old is optimistic he will recover. just days after injuring his spine, carson forsich is starting to re-gain sensation to his arms. the accident happened on sunday when he went swimming with a friend
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and dove into water that was shallower then he realized. he was airlifted to santa rosa memorial hospital. pforich says he knows he will fully recover:
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says laser pointers are extremely dangerous to the aircrew and can cause blindness. ( mark ) one man is dead and two officers injured after a shooting in sacramento. police just released the video of the shooting. it happened on september seventh while police stopped a man in connection with a double homicide. here's part of the video:( ) we paused the video just we paused the video just before the officers opened fire. in the video you can see eric arnold get out of the car and fire the first shot. both officers hit in the shooting have been released from the hospital. arnold was wanted in the deaths of two women found dead in a home earlier this month. ( darya ) president trump has unveiled a new tax reform plan that calls for sweeping tax cuts and a dramatic simplification of the current tax code. the plan will reduce the number of personal
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income tax brackets from seven to three. it will also double the standard of deduction for married and single filers and slashes the tax rate for business down from 35 percent to twenty percent. but the proposal includes very few specific numbers. the president says it's up to congress to work out the details during the legislation drafting process. ( darya ) president trump says he will negotiate with democrats on health care after the latest g-o-p bill failed to get enough support to pass. but he also says he's looking at taking executive action to make changes to the affordable care act. the president says he may sign a "major executive order" that would allow people to buy insurance across state lines. he says it will probably be signed next week and that it will cover millions of americans. ( mark ) a passenger on a southwest flight set to leave from baltimore was dragged off the plane. and it was caught on camera. the plane was headed to los angeles. the woman dragged
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off police had complained that she had life-threatening allergies to dogs and there were two of them nearby. one was a passenger's support dog. when she was told the dogs would not be removed she reportedly asked for an injection of medicine for her symptoms. but she was told no again. southwest says she didn't have the required medical certificate. police then moved in and other passengers started recording. ( mark ) southwest airlines has apologized saying they're "disheartened" by how this played out but say their employees did nothing wrong and handled the situation professionally. ( mark ) coming up on the kron four morning news... an 8 year-old boy robbed and beaten up and it is all caught on camera. why the boys father says more needs to be done to punish the attackers.( darya ) and after the
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break... see which big music star could be returning to the super bowl halftime show for the first time in more than a decade.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. overturn accident alvarado blvd onramp to sb 880 ( mark ) it looks like justin timberlake is returning to the super bowl halftime stage.( darya ) reports say the singer will take part in the super bowl 52 show in minneapolis in february. but the n-f-l says it's still not ready to announce anything official. if timberlake is headlining the show-- his return will come more than a decade after his part in janet jackson's infamous wardrobe malfunction that happened in 2004. ( darya ) coming up on the
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kron 4 morning news... some of the best young international chefs are coming to the bay area. we have a preview of their big upcoming weekend event in this morning's edition of dine and dish.. (james) your bay area forecast is after the break. ( mark )( darya )( robin )
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checking bay area roads before you head out the door..
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no major hot spots. checking wb 92 is less than 15 min from 880 to 101. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. wb 580 no delays at the tolls (james)looks like we've got
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one (james)looks like we've got one more warm day inland, before temperatures start cooling down for everyone. morning temperatures are in the 50s and 60s bay area-wide. the return of the sea breeze has also brought the return of coastal fog. that ocean wind will help cool down the coast and bay today. then, as it strengthens, the inland valleys will see its temperatures drop tomorrow. as for this afternoon,
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temperatures will reach the low to mid 90s again for the interior valleys. the coast will enjoy mild 70s, while the bay shoreline will warm to the mid 80s. temps will continue to fall as we head into the weekend. in fact, some areas will see a 10 to 15 degree cooldown compared to today. sunrise in san francisco is at 7:03 am. sunset is at 6:57 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices.
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( darya ) police are investigating an attack on an san joaquin county boy that was caught on video and posted on social media. take a look at this video. officers say three teenage boys stole the eight-year-old boys bike and forced him inside a stockton home. that's where the boy was beat up. the whole thing recorded on cell phone video. the victim's father actually discovered the attack via social media a couple days later. the teens have since returned the bike. however the boy's father says that's not enough.
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southern california. firefighters gained some control of the fire which burned a home and threatened nearly two- thousand others near corona. evacuation orders for six- hundred homes in the area have been lifted. the canyon fire started on monday and has burned two- thousand acres. this morning it's 20-percent contained. ( mark ) for your health this morning... doctors may have a new way of diagnosing traumatic brain injury commonly associated with professional football players. the disease known as c-t-e is caused by repeated head trauma and can usually only be diagnosed after death. but now it may be possible to detect c-t-e in the people while they are living. scientists believe they have found a protein that can serve as a marker for the condition. they say that protein is far more common in the brains of people with c-t-e than people without the condition. scientists say this could be an early step in helping diagnosing the disease earlier. ( darya ) in bay area baseball news... giants starting pitcher matt cain has announced his retirement.( mark ) he will pitch his final game on saturday.
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before yesterday's game in arizona cain told his teammates in a closed meeting that he'll retire at the end of this season. cain made his big-league debut with the giants in 2005. he has spent his entire career with the orange and black. he pitc. he was a three time all- star and pitched in 2 out of the team's three world series appearances. here is what cain had to say about his retirement. "i started out in 2002 with the giants uniform on and knowing that's the exact same way i'm gonna be going out is with a giants uniform on. i've been able to be lucky enough to be in the same organization and it means so much to me and i can't picture myself putting different uniform on." ( mark ) matt cain will end his career with 104 career wins. first pitch for saturday's game is set for 1:05 against the rockies.
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( darya ) this weekend... the international tastemakers are here to give the bay area a taste of food from afar.( mark ) kron 4's vicki liviakis catches up with the young international chefs in this morning's edition of dine and dish. it's a festival for you and your tastbuds... the tastemaker collective popping up all over the globe - but a first for the u-s - debuting this week here in the bay area. this is our chance to nibble on some of the coolest culinary creations and learfrom the younch behi it all. like - rafael gome and juan arbalaez - chefs from mef the top eateries in paris. teaming up with local chefs from san francisco's cala - gabriela and kenny. the four are on a shopping spree for the freshest produce here at the ferry building's farmers market. designing exotic menus on the fly - for new diners here. picking peppers from this stall - discussing the nuances of hot
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in spanish-tongue. the visitors from paris - dazzled by the array of beautiful fruits and veggies from california... all part of a culinary culture exchange that'll be rolled out to ten other u-s cities in 2018. in san francisco, vicki liviakis kron 4 news. ( darya ) the tastemakers collective at fort mason is open to the public - tickets are still available. to find out more go to our kron4 website for details. if you have a restaurant, bistro, cafe or bar that you'd like to see featured on
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'dine and dish'. you can send an email to dine and dish at kron 4 dot com .... or fill out the submission form on our website. you can also check out our new 'dine and dish' facebook page ( mark ) coming up on the kron four morning news... a man shot in the east bay and the gunman is still on the loose. coming up at six... we will tell you where it happened. and after the break... it is the world's first drone taxi. how it works and when it could be available in the u-s.
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i'm vern, the orange money retirement rabbit, from voya. i'm the money you save for retirement. who's he? he's green money, for spending today. makes it easy to tell you apart. that, and i am better looking. i heard that. when it's time to get organized for retirement, it's time to get voya. ( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( darya ) a sign that points to a road leading to walt disney world in florida misspelled one of the biggest hallmarks. it reads "epoct" instead of "epcot." the error was spotted on tuesday. epcot is one of the four theme parks inside walt disney world. it stands for "experimental prototype community of tomorrow." ( mark ) dubai is now testing the world's first drone taxi. the autonomous air taxi uses g-p-s tracking to fly around. it has two seats and is electrically powered. it can even take off and land vertically. the service could be available as soon as the year 2022. ( mark ) coming up in the next hour... a three-year-old boy
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critically injured in a hit- and run in the east bay. we have more on who police are looking for coming up in a live report. and a major fast food restaurant is the latest target of a massive data breach. we will let you know if you might have had your credit card information stolen. and a series of fires breaks out at a bay area park and they may have been set on puose. mmm, you know what that needs?
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involved will lead them to the driver. ( darya ) demanding answers. a middle student school is attacked in class... and it's all caught on camera. now her mother wants to know how this happened. ( mark ) and the founder of playboy... hugh hefner has died. we're taking a look back at his life and legacy. (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(mark) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (james)looks like we've got one more warm day inland, before temperatures start cooling down for everyone. morning temperatures are in the 50s and 60s bay area-wide. the return of the sea breeze has also brought the return of coastal fog. that ocean wind will help cool down the coast and bay today. then, as it
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strengthens, the inland valleys will see its temperatures drop tomorrow. as for this afternoon, temperatures will reach the low to mid 90s again for the interior valleys. the coast will enjoy mild 70s, while the bay no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. acident sb 880 at 92 hayward
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( darya ) our top story this morning. a three-year- old boy is in critical condition after a hit-and-run in richmond.( mark ) will tran is live in richmond this morning with more on the car police are looking for. will. happening now... a 3-year- old boy is in critical condition after a hit-and-run accident in richmond. this happened on macdonald avenue yesterday morning. police say the boy was with his mother when he darted out in the street and was hit by a car. that car then took off. that car is described as a red smart car with a black top and damage to the
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front end. this morning the child is listed in critical but stable condition. ( mark ) happening now... police are looking for a gunman who shot and injured a man in the east bay. it happened on lone tree way in antioch yesterday afternoon. the victim had 2 gunshot wounds. he was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition this morning. police have not released any information on the shooter. ( mark ) this morning we
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are learning more about the man involved in a standoff and deadly police shooting that shutdown i-80 in emeryville. we first broke this story yesterday on the kron 4 morning news. the shootout happened right at the macarthur maze near powell street. the man killed by police was wanted for a december 2015 homicide in the city of fairfield. yesterday morning richmond officers tried to pull the man over. he led police on a chase which ended in emeryville. that's where police surrounded the car in a standoff with the man. police say they attempted to negotiate but eventually the man got out of his car and started shooting. that is when officers opened fire. police have not released his name or said what homicide he was wanted for. ( darya ) firefighters are working to figure out how a series of fires started at a san francisco park. four seperate fires broke out at afternoon. a thick cloud of smoke could be seen rising out of the park. each fire
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burned about one acre and were only a quarter of a mile apart. nobody was hurt. firefighters have not said exactly how the fires started but they are being called suspicious. ( darya ) and this morning we are waiting for an update on the fire burning in the oakland hills. at last check the fire had burned 22 acres and was 80-percent contained. firefighters remain on scene to monitor any hot spots and to make sure the fire does not flare up. the fire broke out tuesday afternoon. fire crews are still interviewing witnesses to find out exactly how the fire started. but they say it ignited near a construction sight on skyview drive. ( mark ) happening today... two people arrested at a rally at u-c berkeley will demand that the charges against them be dropped. yvette felarca and eddy robinson were among the three people arrested on tuesday when they clashed with supporters of a conservative group that was rallying on campus. felarca and robinson will be speaking out at u-c berkeley later this morning to demand that the charges be dropped. ( mark ) four people are
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recovering this morning after two a-c transit buses crashed in san francisco. it happened yesterday morning on fremont street... between harrison and howard streets. an a-c transit spokesperson says a bus lost control and hit two cars and another bus. two bus drivers and two passengers were taken to the hospital. their conditions are unknown this morning. a-c transit is investigating whether it was human error or a mechanical problem that caused the accident. ( darya ) a former teacher at east palo alto charter school has been convicted of committing lewd acts on a child. the victim was a 15-year-old student at the school. danielle matko was convicted on four different charges. police say the incidents happened back in 2015. the jury is still deliberating on two additional charges. ( mark ) one person is dead and another is injured after a rock fall on el capitan at yosemite. crews are searching to determine whether there are any more victims. the fatal rock slide appears to have started near the waterfall route, which is a popular climbing route on the
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east buttress of the famous, nearly 3,000-foot granite wall. el capitan is one of the most popular climbing spots in the country and one of the most iconic sites in yosemite. the person injured is recovering this morning in ( mark ) a kron 4 exclusive... a bay area mother is demanding answers after her daughter was attacked at school. it happened at dallas ranch middle school in antioch and the attack was all caught on camera. kron 4's hermela aregawi has the details. a brutal attack in a seventh grade classroom.one student snatches another by the hair.. as students record on their cellphones.ana maria oceanu/attack victimlike it felt unbelievable and all my friends that were in my class. i wasn't expecting it. i thought that one of my friends would break it up. but people were laughing in the background people were recording.costina
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oceanu/attack victim's mother my heart was broke. and i start crying. i say this is not acceptable. i was taking her straight to the emergency first i call the police. we send our kids to school to learn not to be like that. costina oceanu says school officials knew about the video and didn't tell her about it. she says she is now worried about her daughter's safety. costina oceanu/attack victim's mother sometimes she's walking from school home. what happens if her the girl and another girls they are getting together to attack her in the streets. who is going to protect her.we spoke with other parents who say the school should be doing more. whitney gonzales/concerned parentfirst of all im mortified that people can act like that but i'm so upset with the school. because they have created an atmosphere where this could happen. they say there are all these things are going to happen if you break this rule, break this rule, but they are not doing anything.
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( mark ) that was hermela aregawi reporting. kron 4 has reached out to the school for comment... they have not yet responded. ( darya ) a former basketball player at san jose state university is suing two former coaches and the university. he's accusing them of racial and religious discrimination as well as sexual harassment. the lawsuit was filed by gary williams who played for san jose state from 2015 until earlier this year. he claims that the former head coach gave him less playing time because of his race and ridiculed black players. williams also claims that the coach would call players sexually derogatory terms. the university did not comment on the lawsuit. ( mark ) in santa clara.... the band coldplay has been denied an extension of the city's 10 p-m weeknight curfew. now critics claim the curfew is making it hard to book concerts at levi's ed sheeran just canceled his concert at levi's because of the curfew stadium officials say the ten p.m. curfew is costing them and the city of santa clara a lot of
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money which could be used to fund city services. now there is an online survey that will poll people who live near the stadium about noise, traffic, parking and the curfew. the coldplay concert is set for october 4th. ( darya ) a big name fast-food restaurant has been hit by a security breach and your informn may be in jeopardy. sonic drive-in says it looks like hackers gained access to millions of credit and debit card numbers. experts say hackers likely gained remote access to the machines where you swipe or insert your credit card. sonic has 35-hundred locations across the u-s, but it's not yet clear how many restaurants or customers may be impacted. there are three sonic's in the bay area. they are in hayward, american canyon and vacaville. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron four morning news... hugh hefner -- the man who probably sold sex better than anyone else -- has passed away. we're taking a look back at his life.( mark ) plus... a welcome mat featuring two bay area football players is causing controversy. why some say it is racist.
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a major hot spots in hayward sb 80 before 92 blocking several lanes., slow from 238. .san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. (james)looks like we've got one more warm day (james)looks like we've got
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one more warm day inland, before temperatures start cooling down for everyone. morning temperatures are in the 50s and 60s bay area-wide. the return of the sea breeze has also brought the return of coastal fog. that ocean wind will help cool down the coast and bay today. then, as it strengthens, the inland valleys will see its temperatures drop tomorrow. as for this afternoon, temperatures will reach the low to mid 90s again for the interior valleys. the coast will enjoy mild 70s, while the bay shoreline will warm to the mid 80s. temps will continue to fall as we head into the weekend. in fact, some areas will see a 10 to 15 degree cooldown compared to today. sunrise in san francisco is at 7:03 am. sunset is at 6:57 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices.
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( darya ) a bar in missouri is getting criticism for a doormat that some are calling racist. the makeshift doormat shows a marshawn "lynch" jersey next to a colin "kaepernick" jersey. the jerseys are taped to the ground for people to wipe their feet on. the bar's owner... who served in the military... says the make-shift door mat started as a stance against players taking a knee during the national anthem. he says race has noting to do with it.
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colin kaepernick was the first n-f-l player to take a knee during the national anthem last season. and raiders running back marshawn lynch has sat down during the national anthem before every game this season. ( mark ) california has moved up its presidential primary three months earlier so it can be more relevant in the primaries. governor jerry brown signed legislation yesterday to move up the primary from june to march in 20-20. supporters of the change say the state will now have more influence in choosing the republican and democratic nominees. california awards the most delegates in the nominating contests. ( mark ) president trump says he is not happy with the secretary of health an human services for costing tax payers hundreds of thousands of dollars. secretary tom price has made more than two dozen trips on private charter planes over the past few months. and they cost taxpayers more than 300- thousand dollars each trip. the president says he is not happy about the report.
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when he was asked if secretary price's job was at risk the president only said "we'll see." three cabinet members are now under investigation for their travel expenses. ( mark ) another big story we are following this morning... playboy founder hugh hefner has died at the age of 91. playboy magazine says he passed away at his home last night of natural causes.( darya ) stephanie elam has a look back at hefner's life and legacy. he was one of the original american playboys.....a magazine tycoon who helped spark a revolution -- one that challenged the nation's views on sexuality. hugh hefner:"i have celebrated the romantic connection between the sexes that's part of what playboy is all about." 19:47:11hugh m. hefner -- who liked to be called "hef" -- was born in chicago in 19-26 and raised in what he said was a strict household by conservative, protestant parents. "i felt there was something more to life then the world i saw around me."in 19-53, with just 8-thousand dollars, the aspiring publisher produced the very first issue of playboy magazine on the kitchen table of his chicago apartment. the cover featured a photo of marilyn monroe and sold more than 50-thousand copies when it hit newsstands in december of 19-53. hefner now had the funds to finance another issue -- and the
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playboy empire was born."well i've never really thought of playboy as a sex magazine. what i tried to do was create a lifestyle magazine for men." hefner divorced his wife, mildred williams, in 19-59 and, during the early days of the magazine's success, decided he would not only promote the fantasy he helped create, but he would live it as well. audiences got a taste of hefner's "good life" in an early 1960's television show called "playboy's penthouse." (nat music)"come on in and meet some of our guests." having already established himself in chicago, hefner made the move out west. in the early 1970's, when playboy magazine was selling seven- million copies a month, he made his permanent home at the now famous playboy mansion in los angeles. in 19-89, hefner uttered the two words many thought he'd never say again when he married "playmate of the year" kimberley conrad."i do."the couple had two children but separated in 1998. hefner said he realized he was much happier as a bachelor. (people cheering at playboy party) --hef"i'm essentially a romantic so i think my life has always as revolved around women."hefner
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continued to live out the playboy fantasy even in his later years. often seen in his trademark silk pajamas, surrounded by busty, blonde, lingerie-clad women while hosting extravagant parties with celebrity gues he even returned to television in 2005 -- this time sharing the smalscreen with three live- in girlfriends in the reality show "the girls next do."in the late 2000's, he began an on-again off-again relationship with playmate crystal harris, sixty years his junior. they tied the knot on new years eve in 2012. hefner sold his beloved playboy mansion for a hundred million dollars in 2016 -- on the condition that he be allowed to live there for the rest of his life.playboy and provocateur, hugh hefner wanted to make the world a happier, sexier place: ( darya ) and reaction from celebrities is pouring in on social media. here are a few tweets... lead singer of "kiss" gene simmons wrote.. "a great man, entrepreneur and innovator. your legacy lives on. hash tag hef." the reverand jesse jackson said... "hugh hefner was a strong supporter of the civil rights movement. we shall never forget him. may he rest in peace." and former playmate jenny mccarthy tweeted... "r-i-p heff.
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thank you for being a revolutionary and changing so many people's lives, especially mine. i hope i made you proud." ( darya ) still ahead... a bay area high school football player is paralyzed in an accident. hear what he is saying about regaining the use of his legs.( mark ) plus... equifax is doing what it can to help the millions of people affected by its massive credit breach. the free service its now offering -- for life. ( mark ) and a reminder... san francisco's fleet week is right around the corner... and kron four's got you covered. our fleet week coverage begins next week... then on saturday, october 7th ... you can catch our special "blue angels live" show beginning at 2 p-m. stick with kron four - to catch all the action.
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( mark ) equifax is planning to offer a free credit locking program that lasts for life.( darya ) right now... credit freezes are available to customers affected by a massive data breach. equifax is giving customers the ability to restrict access to their credit files -- for free -- until january.( mark ) that's when the new credit locking and unlocking program will be introduced. the service is described as a no-hassle and safe way to protect your credit file for life. ( darya ) a new warning this morning about a scam targeting both netflix and i- tunes users. the scam is meant to trick you into giving up your banking information through a fake login.( mark ) a fake email that looks fficial will pop up in your inbox. it claims there is a problem with your account and you need to pay money.( darya ) the email links you to a netflix or i-tunes page and when you log in -- your username and password are then saved onto the scammer's
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database. they can access your payment information by logging in as you. if you get a suspicious email do ánot click the link... instead go to the netflix and i-tunes pages to check your account. (james) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break. ( lydia )ááálydia - attempted kidnapping in san mateoááá
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(darya) lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... a major hot spots in hayward sb 80 bere 92 blocking several lanes., slow fro238.
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slow on wb 92 from the toll to the high rise. rise.
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(james)looks like we've got one more warm day inland, before temperatures start cooling down for everyone. morning temperatures are in the 50s and 60s bay area-wide. the return of the sea breeze has also brought the return of asl fo that ocean wind will help cool down the coast and bay today. then, as it strengthens, the inland valleys will
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( mark ) happening now... a warning for parents in san mateo after a man tries to abduct a girl for the second time in a week.( darya ) kron 4's lydia pantazes is live in san mateo this morning with the details. lydia. (lydia)the latest incident happened yesterday.a14-year old girl was walking to school here at san mateo high school. at around 10:30 am, the girl says she was walking through the area of peninsula av and the railroad tracks when she says a man driving a white utility van honked at her to get the teen's attention. she says the man exited his vehicle and grabbed her by the shoulder pulling her towards him. the female kicked the man and ran home where she contacted police.officers performed an extensive search of the area but they could not find the man.the man in this case was described as a middle eastern male in his late 50's- early 60's, unshaven, average build, and slicked back black and gray hair. he was last seen wearing a gray and blue t- shirt.the san mateo police department is also investigating an incident that
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happened on september 18th involving a 16-year old girl. they're looking into whether the two incidents are related. police are working with the victim to release a speech of the man.reporting live in san mateo, lydia pantazes kron4 news. ( darya ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( mark ) in the south bay... police in san jose arrested a registered sex offender after they say he exposed himself to a 12- year-old girl. the victim was walking on hedding street on september 20th when officers say nakia kaliwho was inside his car....exposed himself to the child. ( mark ) the two men charged for the deaths in the ghost ship warehouse re in oakland have pleaded not guilty. a preliminary hearing is set to begin on november 13th for 47-year old derick almena and 27-year-old max harris. the hearing will determine if there is enough evidence for the two men to stand trial. prosecutors say the men's reckless actions led to the december fire that killed 36 people. both men could face 39 years in prison if convicted.
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( darya ) in the east bay... police are looking for the thieves who targeted a jewelry case at a costco in hayward. it happened yesterday morning on hesperian boulevard. three men used a tool to break into the jewelry case and stole several items. no weapons were used. but officers say the robbers were violent. a security guard got into a physical confrontation trying to stop them from getting away. the three robbers got away in a grey, four- door toyota corolla. ( darya ) a jogger has died after getting struck on highway 24 in lafayette. it happened yesterday morning in the eastbound direction right near the pleasant hill road on-ramp. the driver who hit the woman pulled over and is cooperating with investigators. the victim's name has not been released. ( mark ) a high school football star is paralyzed in
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a diving accident in bodega bay. but the 17-year-old is optimistic he will recover. starting to re-gain sensation to his arms. the accident happened on sunday when he went swimming with a friend and dove into water that was shallower then he realized. he was airlifted to santa rosa memorial hospital. pforich says he knows he will fully recover:
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suspect last wednesday. that is when someone started pointing a laser at the helicopter. it forced the c-h-p crew to stop their search. officers later arrested one person. c-h-p says laser pointers are extremely dangerous to the aircrew and can cause blindness. ( darya ) one man is dead and two officers injured after a shooting in sacramento. police just released the video of the shooting. it happened on september seventh while police stopped a man in connection with a double homicide. here's part of the video: we paused the video just before the officers killed the man. in the video you can see eric arnold get out of the car and fire the first shot. both officers hit in both the first shot. car and fire get out of the eric arnold you can see in the video the man. officers killed before the the video just we paused the video just before the officers killed the man. in the video you can see eric arnold get out of the car and fire the first shot. both officers hit in the shooting have been released from the hospital. arnold was wanted in the deaths of two women found dead in a home
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earlier this month. ( mark ) president trump has unveiled a new tax reform plan which calls for sweeping tax cuts and a dramatic simplification of the current tax code the plan would reduce the number of personal income tax brackets from seven to three. it will also doubles the standard of deduction for married and single filers and slashes the tax rate for business down from 35 percent to twenty percent. but the proposal includes very few specific numbers. the president says it's up to congressional tax writers to work them out during the legislation drafting process.n drafting process. ( mark ) president trump says he will negotiate with democrats on health care after the latest g-o-p bill failed to get enough support to pass. but he also says he's looking at taking executive action to make changes to the affordable care act. the president says he may sign a "major executive order" that would allow people to buy insurance across state lines. he says it will probably be signed next week and that it will cover millions of americans. ( darya ) new this morning... the trump
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administration is waiving a century-old law called the jones act in order to get help to puerto rico. the jones act was intended to promote shipping by u-s owned vessels. one port in puerto rico has more than 15-hundred containers of emergency supplies waiting to be distributed... but can't be because of a lack of fuel... or employees who are unable to get there. ( darya ) the aftermath of hurricane maria has resulted in a near-total shutdown of puerto rico's economy that could last for weeks. ( darya ) facebook is helping to get puerto rico back online after hurricane maria. the social network is sending a team to the island. they'll join cell phone providers who are also working to get the island
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reconnected. c-e-o mark zuckerberg also said facebook will donate one-point-five million dollars to organizations that are helping puerto ricans in the hurricane's aftermath. ( darya ) coming up... a major announcement from a long time giant. matt cain is retiring. when he'll make his last start.( mark ) plus... an 8-year-old is beaten... and his teenage attackers record the whole thing. now... his father is speaking out.( darya ) and... a police chase ends with a nasty crash. but the person behind the wheel was a 10-year-old boy. why he stole his mom's truck. . a major hot spots in hayward sb 80 before 92 blocking several lanes., slow from 238.
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first off, we're going to give you all... a major hot spots in hayward sb 80 before 92 blocking several lanes., slow from 238.
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( darya ) a ten year old texas boy is recovering this morning... after crashing a pickup during a high- speed police chase.( mark ) police say the fifth grader was angry about being in trouble and took off in his mother's truck. a police officer started to follow the truck... after the boy ran a red light. at times... speeds reached more than 80
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miles per hour. the boy eventually lost control of the truck and crashed.( darya ) first responders had to use the jaws of life to get him out of the wreckage. he broke his arm and fractured an eye socket... but police say he is lucky to be alive. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron four morning news... a passenger is booted from a southwest airlines flight. why police were called in... because of a pet allergy. (james) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break.
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(darya) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic... a major hot spots in hayward
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sb 80 before 92 blocking several lanes., slow from 238. slow on wb 92 from the toll to the high rise. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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(james)looks like we've got one more warm day inland, before temperatures start cooling down for everyone. morning temperatures are in the 50s and 60s bay area-wide. the return of the sea breeze
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has also brought the return of coastal fog. that ocean wind will help cool down the coast and bay today. then, as it strengthens, the inland valleys will see its temperatures drop tomorrow. as for this afternoon, temperatures will reach the low to mid 90s again for the interior valleys. the coast will enjoy mild 70s, while the bay shoreline will warm to the mid 80s. temps will continue to fall as we head into the weekend. in fact, some areas will see a 10 to 15 degree cooldown compared to today. sunrise in san francisco is at 7:03 am. sunset is at 6:57 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices.
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( mark ) police are investigating an attack on a stockton boy that was caught on video and posted on social media. officers say three teenage boys stole the eight-year-old boy's bike and forced him inside a home. that's where the boy was beat up. the whole thing recorded on cell phone video. the victim's father actually discovered the attack via social media a couple days later. the teens have since returned the bike. but the boy's father says that's not enough.
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gaining control of the canyon fire. the fire did burn one home.. and at one point threatened two-thousand others near anaheim. the canyon fire started on monday and has burned two- thousand acres. this morning it's 20-percent contained. ( darya ) southwest airlines is apologizing after police officers physically removed a woman from a flight... just before te f baltimore. jasmine viel spoke to the man o recorded it all. (don't touch me) cell phone video shows three baltimore airport police officers forcibly trying to get a woman off a southwest flight bound for l.a.x.. you can hear her yelling at them to leave her alone as she's grabbed from behind pushed and pulled down the aisle. (you ripped my pants off) she was not going to get off the airplane. bill dumas was on that southwest flight and whipped out his cell phone to start recording when the woman began struggling with the officers right before takeoff. as a documentary filmmaker i felt like i just had to shoot this. he says it all started when she told flight attendants she had a life threatening pet allergy. after the service dog and another dog got on the plane why had a life
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threatening. if i had a life threatening allergic reaction to dogs, i'd certainlly check with the airline to make sure there's not dogs on that flight. although apologetic southwest airlines says our policy states that a customer without a medical certificate may be denied boarding and if they report a life threatening allergic reaction and cannot travel safely with an animal on board so the flight crew asked her to leave but she refused. her father was having serious serious surgery in l.a. today she had to be back here. that was the last southwest plane leaving baltimore. dumas says he and other passengers not only felt bad for the woman but the officers as well saying she left them with little choice but to do what they had to do. ( darya ) that flight landed safely
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at l-a-x- last night. meanwhile.. the passenger who record the video says he saw the woman's husband waiting at the gate. the husband was holding a sign -- claiming his wife had been arrested and he was asking for cell phone video. ( mark ) giants starting pitcher matt cain has announced his retirement. he will pitch his final game on saturday. before yesterday's game in arizona cain told his teammates in a osed meeng that he'll retire at the end of this season. cain made his big-league debut with the giants in 2005. he has spent his entire career with the orange and black. he pitched a perfect game in 2012. he was a three time all- star and pitched in two out of the team's three world series appearances. here is what cain had to say about his retirement. ( mark )
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matt cain will end his career with 104 career wins. first pitch for saturday's game is set for 1:05 against the rockies. ( mark ) coming up on the kron four morning news... it looks like justin timberlake is bringing sexy back to the super bowl. but hopefully not too sexy. the role he could play in the big game.
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girl's leggings only $4.99 and the big one bath towel is just $2.99 plus get kohl's cash! wednesday through sunday only at kohl's! ( darya ) a massachusetts man is so upset about football players "taking a knee" during the national anthem... that he's planning a protest of his own.( mark ) mark shane is inviting people to his house for a jersey-burning party tonight. since last season.... a number of players have taken a knee during the anthem to raise awareness of racial injustice. that number went up over the
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weekend... after president trump said n-f-l owners should fire players who protest. but shane says politics should ánot be part of sporting events. ( mark ) the fire department says it will ánot issue a burn permit... because it is illegal to torch clothing. but shane says he's going through with the protest... and he doesn't mind paying a fine. ( mark ) it looks like justin timberlake is returning to the super bowl halftime stage.( darya ) reports say the singer will take part in the super bowl 52 show in minneapolis in february. but the n-f-l says it's still not ready to announce anything. if timberlake is headlining the show-- his return will come more than a decade after his part in janet jackson's infamous wardrobe malfunction. back in
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february 2004 -- timberlake ripped off a piece of jackson's costume... exposing her right breast. the f-c-c fined c-b-s 550-thousand- dollars... but a federal appeals court threw it out. (darya) ahead at seven on the kron 4 morning news... in gary's world... we'll talk more about j-t. plus.. why steph curry says the new sports illustrated cover is terrible and he's on it. and...what hugh hefner's playboy covers did for society. we'll ask gary about his legacy. plus... a three-year-old boy critically injured in a hit- and run in the east bay. we have more on who police are looking for coming up in a live report. and... a series of fires breaks out at a bay area park and they may have been set on purpose. mmm, you know what that nes?
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hey, l'eggo my eggo. uh uh. not c-c-c - cause i have the and i - i. that's a lot. raisins. really? what just happened here? you know the rules. i make the rules. know the rules. keep your eggo. l'eggo my eggo. i'm doing this for you, dad.
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thanks son. (mark) this morning on the kron four morning news... police are looking for the driver of this car after they hit a toddler. and this morning the boy is still in critical condition. (darya) a freeway is back open after a deadly police standoff. and this morning we're learning exactly what prompted police to open fire. (mark) plus... the man who built the playboy empire dies at 91-years-old. and this morning people all over the world are remembering the late hugh hefner.
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(darya) good morning i'm darya folsom.. (mark) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... a hot spot and major delays on sb 880 from 238 to 92 due to an eralier accident in haard (james)looks like

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